Hurricanes and climate science, why do we burn things when our teams win, measuring racism on the basketball court, the ethics of unmasking, and killing time on the Mississippi.
Archives for October 2012
There is no such thing as ‘post-racial America.’ Not yet, anyway.
If you chase down your wife and shoot her to death in the daylight of a strip mall, you’ll get your name and picture in the paper, and nobody will suggest it will lead to more husbands killing their wives. But if you take your own life, alone, outside a school, you’re invisible.
Is there room for compassion in journalism?
If you were among the many people wasting their time watching the Minnesota Vikings last night, you probably missed this from the World Series game between the Tigers and Giants.
Tig Notaro’s now-famous stand-up routine after she found out she has cancer, forces us to consider how we press on through the times.
The science of misinformation, are the kids moving back in or moving back out, are you even nice, the first dance, and empowering Latinos.
Ten years ago tomorrow night, Garrison Keillor had the most unenviable job in Minnesota.
Why aren’t there popular conservative comedians?
Google can be an unforgiven master for people who do online journalism.
The effectiveness of the newspaper endorsement is debatable, but there might be fallout from newspapers not endorsing candidates an issues.
American Public Media’s Marketplace provided a good glimpse into the effect of the presidential campaign on friendships last night, turning to two Minnesota pals on different sides of the race.
Radiolab responds, Wellstone’s moment, the swing ovulation vote, spreading Kevin’s love, and the kid who wanted to build a car.
There’ll be no state tournament for the Prairie Seeds squad, but not because of the brawl.
Is this ad wrong?